Anandha Inn Convention Centre & Suites
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... roofs that are vulnerable to natural disasters and allow for poisonous critters to get in and threaten the lives of the families, including the children. Almost every year the huts have to be repaired. Most of the families work as laborers or in the service industry nearby.
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For the rest of the day we explored Pondicherry on foot.
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It really was a strange phenomenon, and to this day we still don’t know why these temples do this, all we do know is that it’s bloody loud, but at least this morning it was at 5am and not 3am, so that’s an improvement on the situation at least! Disappointed in some way that there was no white folk for me to vent at, but at peace with the fact that this was a genuine noise, with a genuine reason I decided that it was ok after all; me ...
... is only open till 11pm...however on a Saturday night the restaurants and few bars the town has will stay open till...wait for it...11.30pm!! Even after you promise to keep to the rules the staff don't seem to warm at all! We dump our bags and head off on search of food to ensure we're home before the curfew! The following morning we find a cool, cafe with wifi for breakfast. The first non-spicy breakky I've had so far!! After catching up with ...
... regardless of race, gender, nationality, religious and political beliefs. It belongs to nobody but anyone living in Auroville must be a “willing servitor of the Divine Consciousness” – which in other words means that it is a spiritual place, but it is not a religious place, and citizens must be devoted to spiritualism. Furthermore, it is built on principles about sustainable living, continuous learning and development and strives to be a ...